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I asked a CEO, a President and a VP about the Future of Work : here’s what they told me

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Ever since the pandemic began, and workforces went home to begin a long period of remote work (which has yet to fully end), we’ve been inundated with think-pieces discussing the “New Ways of Working”. Supposedly, the Old World is never coming back, and we all have to adapt to the reality forced upon use by COVID or be left behind. I tend to




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